Garbiñe Muguruza was in favor of playing the United States Open and “all possible tournaments” whenever the health situation allows it.
The former world number one defined herself as “a born competitor” and, as such, is looking forward to the return of the competitions. During the worst moments of the health crisis, she explained, she kept her training routine in Geneva waiting for professional tennis to resume her schedule.
Asked about the United States Open, Garbiñe Muguruza commented that making the decision about its cancellation or celebration “is going to be difficult.” “It’s better to play at not doing it,” she said, “but I understand that there are mixed feelings.”
She stated that she has “mind to play the North American tournaments in preparation for the US Open and the brick dust tour that would end at Roland Garros.” “In short, all possible tournaments if the situation allows it,” he said.
Muguruza also recognized that it will be shocking to go out on a court without people and hoped that “little by little” the excitement of the fans will be recovered.